As surreal and insane, Elliott Abrams describes the call of the opposition María Corina Machado to the use of force
Abrams changes the discourse and affirms that he doesn’t believe that foreign intervention is a sensible response to the problems of Venezuela and now he is betting on the need for a united opposition.
Meanwhile, the opponent responded in an interview, and they asked how she felt about the scolding of the Americans
“No foreign diplomat doesn’t scold me,” replied María Corina Machado, regarding the recent statements by James Story and Elliott Abrams, where they pointed out the request for foreign intervention to solve Venezuela’s problems as surreal and foolish.
The opposition to the Bolivarian government doesn’t see a democratic solution to the government of Nicolás Maduro, simply because they are a minority, the majority of the Venezuelan people are aware that the problems that have to pass through, all the fault doesn’t the Bolivarian government, and every time they have elections will win the revolutionaries, until an opposition emerges that is responsible and fights for the benefits of the people, make respect Venezuela sovereignty and not be sold by multinational enterprises.